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2017 Hi-Tech Awards - Entries close in 19 days

Entries close 5:00pm on 6 March

There are just under three weeks to go until the deadline for entries into this year's Hi-Tech Awards.

Still thinking about entering?

Fame and glory could be yours - check out this year’s categories to see what you could enter. We have categories that cover creative, agritech and Maori innovation (and more). There may be a category you're perfect for and you don’t realise it!

We've also got a great group of both local and international judges this year. Get some of the best business minds to run an eye over your company.

This year our line up includes Gary Hamel - best known for The Wall Street Journal ranking him as the world’s most influential business thinker, and Fortune magazine has called him “the world’s leading expert on business strategy.”

Been meaning to enter but you haven't started yet?

You still have time! If you're stalling because you're not sure what category to enter or need help with your entry, contact us at info@hitech.org.nz or call us on 09 984 4140.

Wondering whether you should enter?

We've got some FAQs and information on benefits of entering the Awards - have a read!

Started your entry but not finished yet?

We get it, it takes a village. Make sure you and your team put the deadline in your diary - submissions close 5:00 pm on the 6th of March. Unfortunately we are unable to extend the deadline.

If you would like assistance of any nature please email us at info@hitech.org.nz and we'll get back to you.

Start your entry now – entries close 5.00pm, Monday, 6 March 2017

Good luck!
Wayne Norrie
Chair
NZ Hi-Tech Trust


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